Red Star over the Pacific : China's Rise and the Challenge to U.s. Maritime Strategy (Hardcover) - Yoshihara, Toshi/ Holmes, James R.

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Combining a close knowledge of Asia and an ability to tap Chinese-language sources with naval combat experience and expertise in sea-power theory, the authors assess how the rise of Chinese sea power will affect U.S. maritime strategy in Asia. They argue that China is laying the groundwork for a sustained challenge to American primacy in maritime Asia, and to defend this hypothesis they look back to Alfred Thayer Mahan''s sea-power theories, now popular with the Chinese. The book considers how strategic thought about the sea shapes Beijing''s deliberations and compares China''s geostrategic predicament to that of the Kaiser''s Germany a century ago. It examines the Chinese navy''s operational concepts, tactics, and capabilities and appraises China''s ballistic-missile submarine fleet. The authors conclude that unless Washington adapts, China will present a challenge to America''s strategic position.

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Publisher Naval Inst Pr
Mfg Part# 9781591143901
SKU 215779412
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 159114390X
Release Date 11/15/2010
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0292
Publisher US Naval Institute Press
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